Photo printing and photo frames

I would like to start decorating our home with family photos. Anyone have good suggestions for where to print larger photos of different sizes, and also where to buy nice frames that aren’t budget busting? Ty in advance.

  • Natali
    Jan 08

    Good choice of frames in IKEA, they are not expensive as I know

  • Anonymous
    Jan 08

    Michaels always has sales on frames! I send my pics to Walmart or Costco to print

  • Lindsey
    Jan 08

    I go to Walgreens for photos. I upload them on their app. Michaels always has a sale for frames.

  • Kathy
    Jan 08

    I’m doing my annual photo book with Shutterfly. They always have some kind of deal or freebies. Keep in mind shipping cost, is a real thing

  • Teena
    Jan 08

    I really enjoy canvas prints! They don’t have to have frames and they’re very sturdy. Canvaspeople.com has great sales and lots of varieties of sizes. They’re easy to order and look great on the walls! If you’d prefer to do regular prints and frames, I usually get my prints at Walmart. And Michael’s is a great place for frames since they do sales a lot.

  • Savanah
    Jan 08

    Shutterfly always has deals for printing large pictures and I always buy my frames at michaels cause they also have pretty good member discounts daily!

  • Michelle
    Jan 08

    Freeprints.com is awesome and super easy!

  • antigrav_kids
    Jan 08

    For folks in San Francisco, Photoworks near Noe and Market does great, and pretty cheap printing. Just for Fun art supplies on 24th in Noe Valley has reasonably priced frames, ($10 for a 5x7), and you can keep your $$ in town.

  • Tram
    Jan 08

    Awesome suggestions - thanks everyone!!

  • Amanda
    Jan 09

    Also check out your local thrift shops for frames. I’ve found some good ones for super cheap at Goodwill.

  • Carly
    Jan 11

    I use mpix.com for photo printing. It costs a little more but they do have sales. The quality is much better than Shutterfly, Walgreens or Target.